Rebel Bourbon

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Rebel Bourbon

Back in 1849, it was William Larue Weller of the W. L. Weller & Sons Company who revolutionized bourbon by pioneering a wheat-based mash bill to replace rye. Today, Rebel Bourbon is still handcrafted in Kentucky, the birthplace of bourbon. Besides the original time-honored recipe, there’s plenty of other rebellious whisky expressions for you to discover.
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